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How does this sentence sound natural to you native speakers, espacially the usage of 'eventually'? Sounds natural?
If you try to do too many things at once, eventually, you will be able to accomplish few of them.
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Taka If you try to do too many things at once, eventually, you won't be able to accomplish few any of them.

If you try to do too many things at once, eventually, you won't will be able to accomplish few / none of them.
Hi,
I'd remove the comma after 'eventually'.

Actually, to go further, is the word really needed at all?

Clive
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CliveI'd remove the comma after 'eventually'.
Right! I meant to do that. Bad day.
Right, Avangi. It was frist 'anyhing', not 'few of them'. And I changed it but forgot to change 'won't' to 'will' as you pointed out.

OK. Thank you both.
Takadoes this sentence sound natural
No. It needs something more like this:

If you try to do too many things at once, eventually you'll become so overwhelmed that you'll fail at all of them.


CJ
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CalifJimIf you try to do too many things at once, eventually you'll become so overwhelmed that you'll fail at all of them.
Absolutely right! This is the key that was missing - the missing logical step. I knew it wasn't right but I was too tired to see it.
I wonder if that become-overwhelmed part is really that necessary, Jim. I mean, if you try to do too many things—not just many, but too many things—in other words, if there are too many things to do at once, the overwhelmed feeling is already included and implied in that 'too many thing to do' and therefore the anticipated result is going to be something negative; not being able to accomplish any of them wouldn't conllide with your logical anticipation, would it?
Even if you have too many things to do, you may get on top of them.
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